A series of drugs raids have been carried out across Cornwall this morning (Wednesday 12 June). Ten addresses were raided in Bodmin, St Austell and Newquay. 85 officers were involved in the operation.
They have seized supplies of the Class A drug heroin, and stolen goods. A number of arrests have been made.
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